The sandhill crane ranges from Siberia to Alaska, northern Canada and in scattered areas throughout the United States. This large crane stands up to 4 feet tall. The sandhill crane is a gregarious species, congregating in huge flocks at feeding and nesting sites. This species is omnivorous, eating a variety of plants, insects, and small vertebrates. The sandhill crane uses its long beak for a snatch and grab feeding technique.
Skull Length 20.3cm (7.9in)
Origin: North America
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